Crime Reports for Nov. 5

First Posted: 1/15/2009

LUMBERTON — Denis Cenac, 49, of Lackey Street, told deputies he was stabbed with a knife while visiting the Dogwood Estates Mobile Home Park on Monday.
Cenac said he arrived at the park at about 10:50 p.m. to give a woman a ride when a man approached him as he was exiting his vehicle. The man stabbed Cenac and walked away, according to the report.

MAXTON — A Maxton man was taken to Scotland Memorial Hospital on Monday after suffering a gunshot wound to the leg.
Teresa Locklear, 54, and Laurie Locklear, 29, told deputies that Dale Locklear, 29, of Ozeley Road, ran into their Red Hill home at about 1:40 p.m., saying that he had been shot.
According to the sheriff’s report, Dale said he was unsure of exactly what happened but was walking down a road when he heard a gunshot and felt a bullet strike his left leg.
Locklear also suffered an injury to his hand and head, the report said.

LUMBERTON — Three armed robbers stole a cash register containing an undisclosed amount of money from the Ming Moon II on Friday.
According to a police report, the three men entered Ming Moon at 6687 Elizabethtown Road with shotguns at about 10:25 p.m.
The men pointed the guns at store employees and stole the cash register from the store counter, according to the report.

LUMBERTON — Someone broke through the roof of the Sun-Do at 1811 E. Fifth St. and stole several items on Friday.
Police believe the intruder used a stack of pallets to climb on top of the roof of the business. The burglar then cut into the roof and climbed through ceiling tiles to get into the store, the report said.
Stolen were more than $700 worth of items, including cigars, lighters and more than 100 packs of Newport cigarettes.
The business suffered about $800 in damages.

LUMBERTON — Yolanda Renae Hill, 46, of Beech Court, told police that someone poured liquid inside of her gas tank on Saturday.
According to a police report, Hill said she had a quarter tank on Friday and noticed that her fuel gauge read full on Saturday morning. She said she noticed the damage when her 1997 Ford Taurus failed to start.
It appeared the vandal used a nearby water hose to fill the tank, the report said.

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